July 15, 2024 8:20 am

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Grammy nominated pianist to perform at Mill Creek Town Center

MILL CREEK—The City of Mill Creek is thrilled to inaugurate Pianos on Main 2024 with a free extraordinary outdoor concert, a rare chance to experience the musical genius of Josh Rawlings live. On Monday, July 1, we invite you to be part of this unique event. Josh, a Grammy-nominated and Platinum Album Award-winning composer, studio musician, and performer, is the featured pianist on Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ multi-GRAMMY-winning album, The Heist. His signature sound can be heard on ‘Same Love, ‘Downtown,’ and many other major albums.

Josh Rawlings

Concert Date: Monday, July 1, 2024

Time: 5:00 p.m.- 5:30 p.m. 

Location: Outside Town & Country Market (15605 Main Street, Mill Creek

Getting to the concert will be a breeze with Community Transit. The new Swift Orange Line and other bus routes offer easy access to the Town & Country Market area. Request an ORCA card for a free bus ride to the concert at communitytransit.org/pianos.

After the concert, don’t miss the opportunity to tour the Pianos on Main interactive exhibit, a unique experience sponsored by The City of Mill Creek and Community Transit. Play a tune on the same piano Josh Rawlings played, then take a leisurely walk along Main Street to play three other custom pianos donated by local organizations and residents. These pianos are located at the new Goldfish Swim School, on the Main Street Bridge across from Frost Donuts, and in front of LA Fitness.

Visit millcreekwa.gov/pianos for a complete list of piano locations and concert information. 

Over his two-decade career, Josh has worked with hundreds of artists and groups. Notable clients include Allen Stone, Kesha, Travis Thompson, Black Thought, Sol, Grace Love, and Otieno Terry. He has toured throughout the United States, playing in stadiums and major festivals. Josh has performed worldwide, including in Germany with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and in Italy with his band Industrial Revelation.


SOURCE: City of Mill Creek

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